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In this session, Ted Patrick will walk you through rearchitecting Flex Applications using Web Standards. We will take a look at frameworks, libraries, and methodologies for building larger scale applications. We will also dissect Walmartstationery.com which recently migrated from Flex to Web Standards using TypeScript and EaselJS.
Working Description: “Develop a basic fully functional, client-server “To Do List” app (or something similar) during the session. We would focus entirely on the client-side and consume the server-side as a service via ready-to-go APIs. “
This lunch session is focused on offering a view of awesome technologies from the perspective of a Flex Developer.
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A short history of nearly everything about the project – Installer(Badge), SDK, FalconJx, FlexJS and CI/Mustella – from a committer’s perspective.
Justin will spend two hours showing the ins and outs of using Adobe Scout for testing your app.
Where do we see Flex in the enterprise going?
What’s being worked on, what’s next, what’re the best options?
In other words, ”I would like to tell my developers to start moving away from mx:hasNoFuture components.”
Discussion of the perceptions on Flex in the world today. Honest assesements, strengths, weaknesses.
Using TestFlight app to beta test your Apache Flex mobile project. Audience members can get added to the test distribution list during the session. We will walk through adding teams, pushing builds, getting feedback, crash notifications, etc. In the end, the audience members will have an nice little Apache Flex mobile app installed on their iOS or Android devices. We should hopefully have a good network connection at the conference.
This session is a comparative look into IntelliJ Idea, FDT, and Flash Builder for those developers that would like know their Apache Flex mobile development options. The session will start with a comparison of IDE feature sets. Then a simple project setup walkthrough will illustrate how interaction with the IDEs differ. The session will wrap up with a demonstration of nifty features in each of the IDEs. Veteran and new developers alike will walk away with a good idea about their options in development tools.